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Leuven Computational Modelling Centre KU Leuven

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The Leuven Computational Modelling Centre (LCMC) is a cross-departmental, multidisciplinary centre within KU Leuven that brings together the complimentary expertise of several research groups in science and engineering with shared interests and expertise in advanced numerical modelling and computer simulation methods.

Computational Mathematics University of Antwerp

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The research at our group has been targeted at two distinct areas related to the algorithmic and numeric side of scientific computing:-In the area of computer arithmetic we are most involved and known for developing algorithms for the reliable computation of special functions with the focus on validated evaluation.-In the area of numerical techniques we are most engaged with the data-driven modelling, with the focus on linear regression and ...

Computational mathematics Hasselt University

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Mathematical modelling and analysis of processes encountered in the engineering (such as energy, environment, building), technical systems, geosystems, biosystems
Development and analysis of numerical schemes for (ordinary and partial) differential equations such as finite element, finite volume, or discontinuous Galerkin schemes
Development and analysis of iterative/linearization methods

Emerging computational techniques (ECT) University of Antwerp

The research group Emerging Computational Techniques (ECT) started up in 2001 with as main research objectives the development of new computational methods, in particular methods based upon interval arithmetic and symbolical-numeric techniques.Interval arithmetic is an essential tool in the process of validating scientific computations, since it automatically computes an upper- and lower bound for the correct result, rather than giving a more or ...

Formal and Computational Linguistics (ComForT), Antwerp Campus KU Leuven

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The Research Group conducts theoretical and descriptive research in the fields of formal and computational linguistics, a.o. with a view to its application in language and speech technology. The central aim is to acquire insight into the complexity of linguistic knowledge by studying the formal properties of the structures and rules that constitute the architecture of language and grammar.

The formal modelling of this knowledge ...

Formal and Computational Linguistics (ComForT), Brussels Campus KU Leuven

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The Research Group conducts theoretical and descriptive research in the fields of formal and computational linguistics, a.o. with a view to its application in language and speech technology. The central aim is to acquire insight into the complexity of linguistic knowledge by studying the formal properties of the structures and rules that constitute the architecture of language and grammar.

The formal modelling of this knowledge ...

Formal and Computational Linguistics (ComForT), Kulak Kortrijk Campus KU Leuven

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The Research Group conducts theoretical and descriptive research in the fields of formal and computational linguistics, a.o. with a view to its application in language and speech technology. The central aim is to acquire insight into the complexity of linguistic knowledge by studying the formal properties of the structures and rules that constitute the architecture of language and grammar.

The formal modelling of this knowledge ...

Formal and Computational Linguistics (ComForT), Leuven KU Leuven

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The Research Group conducts theoretical and descriptive research in the fields of formal and computational linguistics, a.o. with a view to its application in language and speech technology. The central aim is to acquire insight into the complexity of linguistic knowledge by studying the formal properties of the structures and rules that constitute the architecture of language and grammar.

The formal modelling of this knowledge ...

Centre for Computational Linguistics and Psycholinguistics (CLiPS) University of Antwerp

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The research of CLiPS is interdisciplinary between linguistics, psychology, and computer science (Artificial Intelligence). Current research can be divided into three main areas:Psycholinguistics, Language Acquisition (coordinator: Steven Gillis). The main research topic is how very young children learn the language they hear. This process actually starts before babies use conventional words and phrases. That is why we study babies' ...